Omar Abdel-Rahman, so-called 'Blind Sheik,' was the mastermind of 93 World Trade Center bombing and became a symbol for radicals during two decades in U.S. prisons.
An old enemy returns as the Trump administration’s first military raid, in Yemen, targeted a resurgent Al-Qaida.
The raid left about 30 people dead, including women and children, according to an Al-Qaida official and a news service linked to the terror group.
Groups band together to form Hayal Tahrir al-Sham to boost capabilities in fighting Syrian government.
The subgroup has been crushed by Fateh al-Sham, previously an Al-Qaida affiliate, amid major attack in country's northwest, two FSA officials say
The Al-Qaida stronghold is packed with tens of thousands of rebels, many of them evacuated from other parts of the country, making it likely to be an even more bloody theater than Aleppo.
Mohammed Abed al-Malik Bajabo is suspected of involvement in 2002 Mombasa attack that killed three Israeli tourists. Israel said to have agreed to take Bajabo, but didn't get necessary files from FBI.
A U.S. government source in Washington said some federal agencies sent bulletins to local and state officials flagging the information.
Israel isn't involved in efforts at a diplomatic solution in Syria, just as it's not meddling in the war. They are skeptical of the deal – especially as fighting spills over from across the border.
Abu Omar Saraqeb was a founding member of Al-Qaida's powerful Syrian branch and had been among the jihadists who fought U.S. forces in Iraq after the invasion in 2003 before returning to Syria.